Russian Translation, Boston, Massachusetts (MA)
$19.95 per document
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No matter where you live in Boston (Downtown, Charlestown, Roxbury, Dorchester, Mattapan, Roslindale, Hyde Park, Brighton, Brookline)
you will receive your translation in time!
Many Russian-speaking citizens of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan decided to move to Boston, Massachusetts. Some of them planning to study at Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston University or College, others are dreaming of work at Fidelity Investments, Sovereign Bank, State Street Corporation, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Bedford-St. Martin’s and Beacon Press. Whatever the purpose of your stay in Boston, you will need to translate documents from Russian into English
Our agency provides certified translation of Russian documents for Boston USCIS office, Boston universities, colleges and evaluation agecnies.
We specialize in slavic languages - Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian. We do not work with hundreds of languages, we do not hire freelancers, all translations are performed the group of reliable translators we trust for the past 10 years. What do they do with your document? They will translate ot from Russian language, they will format the translation close to original (you can see samples when select your documents for translation), and they will proofread it. All this steps make our translations of high quality.
What are the requirements to USCIS certified translation?
All documents filed with the USCIS in a language other than English must be translated into English. The translation shall be certified. Under the translation must be the signature certifying that the person who made the translation is competent and that translation is accurate. Affidavit of translation accuracy must contain translator's name, signature, address, and date of translation.
Can I submit a document, translated in Russia?
As a rule, the documents translated in Russia contain the Affidavit of Translation Accuracy (заверение переводчика), made in Russian. And this words in Russian embarrass the officials in US institutions.
What type of translation do I need: certified or notarized?
In most cases, when submitting documents to the USCIS, Boston universities, colleges, evaluation agencies, you'll require a certified translation, but there are some cases, for example, when submitting documents to the courts, requiring notaried translation of the document. We advise you to clarify the requirements to translation in the organization to which you plan to submit the document.